Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 10:12 PM

The Crowder College Lady Riders dropped to 4-10 on the season with a 79-58 loss Saturday afternoon to the Coffeyville Red Ravens.

Updated at 10:10 PM

Two people sustained minor injuries in a three-vehicle crash that took place at 5:47 p.m. Friday on Missouri Highway 76, a tenth of a mile west of Anderson.

Updated at 10:09 PM

KNEO Radio and the Neosho Community Christmas Dinner planning committee invite the public to the 2014 free Community Christmas Dinner, and they invite volunteers to help provide a full Christmas dinner to all in the community who want...

Updated at 10:07 PM

EDITOR’S NOTE: Since 1984, the Neosho Exchange Club has selected and honored an individual or couple as the recipient of the Book of Golden Deeds Award. Prior to Virginia McKenzie’s death, she was notified that she was chosen...

Updated at 10:03 PM

The man who brought outer space into the thinking of the citizens of Neosho has died.

Updated at 9:55 PM

A Joplin man was killed and three other people were injured in a three-vehicle crash that took place at 5:55 p.m. Friday on Gateway Drive / Business Loop 49, five miles south of Joplin.

Updated at 9:52 PM

At the conclusion of the Neosho Christmas Parade on Saturday night, parade spectators had the opportunity to see Santa Claus waving to them from the back of a fire truck.

Updated at 9:51 PM

The city of Neosho’s receipts from its one-cent sales tax have soared over the first quarter of the new fiscal year, which began Oct. 1.

Updated at 9:48 PM

After viewing a presentation by junior high school staff about the need for a junior high facility at their November meeting — with that staff promising to take the lead in pushing the measure — the Neosho R-5 School District...

Updated at 9:47 PM

During a visit Friday to Missouri Southern State University, Gov. Jay Nixon said he is committed to working with legislators to complete a strategic, fiscally responsible bond issuance that will make long-overdue investments in higher...

Updated at 9:45 PM

Today is Sunday, Dec. 7. How many already know what that date means? I’ll guess that  most of you probably do.

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